Brent Krusor is a member of the Printed Electronic Devices group which focuses on inkjet printing of organic electronic materials to create flexible, large-area transistor and sensor arrays. Since joining PARC in 1978, he has also worked in the areas of molecular beam epitaxy of III-V semiconductors, high-resolution x-ray diffraction, and magneto-optical memory technology.
Brent received an M.S. in Physical Chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley and a B.S. in Chemistry from MIT. He has been an author on over 30 technical papers and is a co-inventor on 13 issued U.S. patents.
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